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by Chiyuki Aoi,Ramesh Thakur,Cedric de Coning

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Publisher: United Nations University Press; 1 edition (June 12, 2007)
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II. III. Thakur, Ramesh Chandra, 1948–. U53 2007 34. 0 84 - dc22. Unintended consequences of peacekeeping operations, Aoi, de Coning and Thakur (eds), United Nations University Press, 2007, ISBN 978-92-808-1142-1. 4 chiyuki aoi, cedric de coning and ramesh thakur. This book is an attempt to shed light on these unintended conse-quences, not to further de-legitimize peace operations but to encourage lessons learned aimed at improving our ability to undertake peace oper-ations in a more effective and less damaging way in future.

Peacekeeping operations have unintended consequences—a fact long . Ramesh Thakur is senior vice rector of the United Nations University, Tokyo, and head of its Peace and Governance Program.

Ramesh Thakur is senior vice rector of the United Nations University, Tokyo, and head of its Peace and Governance Program.

The deployment of a large number of soldiers, police officers and civilian personnel inevitably has various effects on the host society and economy, not all of which are in keeping with the peacekeeping mandate and intent or are easily discernible prior to the intervention. Such unintended consequences are especially serious when they cause harm to the local community, as in the case of sexual abuse and exploitation, corruption or the creation of a false economy.

Peacekeeping operations have unintended consequences-a fact long ignored by both practitioners and .

The deployment of a large number of soldiers, police officers, and civilian personnel inevitably has various effects on the host society and economy.

United Nations, as an international organization, will incur responsibility for harm caused during peace operations.

THE 'UNINTENDED' CONSEQUENCES OF PEACE OPERATIONS, Chiyuki Aoi, Cedric de Cooning, Ramesh Thakur, ed. pp. 250-267, United Nations University Press, 2007. 15 Pages Posted: 15 Sep 2008. See all articles by Frederic Megret. McGill University - Faculty of Law. Abstract. This chapter examines the degree to which the United Nations, as an international organization, will incur responsibility for harm caused during peace operations.

Unintended Consequences of Peacekeeping Operations. Chiyuki Aoi, Cedric de Coning, Ramesh Chandra Thakur. The deployment of a large number of soldiers, police officers, and civilian personne. More). RC Thakur, C Aoi, C De Coning. United Nations University Press, 2007. C De Coning, L Gelot, J Karlsrud. Coherence and coordination The limits of the comprehensive approach. C De Coning, K Friis. Journal of International Peacekeeping 15 (1-2), 243-272, 2011. Understanding peacebuilding as essentially local. Coherence and Coordination in United Nations Peacebuilding and Integrated Missions–A Norwegian Perspective. Norsk Utenrikspolitisk Institutt, 2007.

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by Chiyuki Aoi, Cedric de Coning, Ramesh Thakur.

com's Cedric de Coning Author Page. He is also a senior advisor to ACCORD in South Africa. He specializes in the policies and practices of the African Union, the United Nations and rising powers in the areas of peace operations and peacebuilding. He has a PhD in Applied Ethics from the Department of Philosophy at Stellenbosh University (2012). by Chiyuki Aoi, Cedric de Coning, Ramesh Thakur.

Other Authors: De Coning, Cedric. Thakur, Ramesh Chandra. 700. 1. a De Coning, Cedric. The United Nations' experience with peace operations ombudspersons as illustrated by the Ombudsperson Institution in Kosovo - 12 The vicarious responsibility of the United Nations - 13 Conclusion: Can unintended consequences be prevented, contained and managed? - - Index. a Thakur, Ramesh Chandra. 776. 0. 8. i Print version: a Aoi, Chiyuki t Unintended Consequences of Peacekeeping Operations d Tokyo : United Nations University Press,c2007 z 9789280811421.

Peacekeeping operations have unintended consequences —a fact long ignored by both practitioners and researchers. The deployment of a large number of soldiers, police officers, and civilian personnel inevitably has various effects on the host society and economy. These consequences are especially serious when they cause harm to the local community, as in the case of sexual abuse and exploitation, corruption, or the creation of a false economy. Unintended side effects can also negatively affect the ability of a peacekeeping mission to achieve its mandate. Bringing together field experiences and academic analyses, this book investigates the unintended consequences of peacekeeping operations on individuals and groups, on the host society and economy, and on the troop-contributing countries. It also analyzes the degree to which the United Nations has tried to manage some of these side effects, as well as the UN's accountability in the context of the international legal framework. The aim of the book is not to discredit peace operations but to improve the ways in which they are planned and managed. The contributors identify the need to develop a culture of accountability —one that includes procedures to anticipate unintended consequences and to monitor any side effects during the operation, so that steps can be taken to prevent and manage negative consequences as early as possible.

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